woodduck14 wrote:Heck of a day joser. That is def a stud teal. I'm glad it happens to other people too as soon as you stand up to change the spread a flock flies over.
Happened to me twice yesterday. We were beating around in the buckbrush looking for a downed bird when a flock of a dozen geese comes to take a look. Froze and got on the call and landed them in an opening about 50 yds out. Snuck back on shore (didn't have our guns as it was a bit deep and needed both hands to climb around), grabbed the gun and THEN they flew off - just out of range.
While we were sneaking back for the guns, of course a pair of ducks also decided to land just beyond the geese.
Bummer not to get them, but was awesome to watch and a blast calling to them. I love when you turn one and the rest of the flock hesistates… thinks… then follows them right in. Now, much better if they follow them in while you have a gun in hand.
Anyway, that is one heckuva hunt joser!